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From Bill_Don...@enron.net
Subject Re: Tomcat startup command
Date Mon, 11 Jun 2001 19:23:08 GMT


I don't think so.  The ports are assigned in the server.xml file in the conf
directory.  I think when you start the server up, any port assigned in that file
gets started.

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I am sorry it is not a really struts problem.  But I am deploying struts
application on Tomcat, so....


Is there a way to pass the port address via command line (such as a -d
parameter)?


Thanks








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